Plugin Bufferedrenderer: Scrolling Problem with bufferedrend

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codemaker
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Plugin Bufferedrenderer: Scrolling Problem with bufferedrend

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I have a small problem. I use the SchedulerGrid. This is showing a lot of rows and it will update the events every few seconds. Cause its rendering very slow, I decided to use the bufferedrenderer Plugin.
Now its faster
If I scroll in the Panel where the resources are shown, the Panel with the events scrolls synchronous,
but in the other direction, when i scroll in the eventpanel the resourcepanel do nothing. This is also a Problem, because when you scroll too much, you come in an area where the events aren’t rendered and a white panel is shown.
I don’t know why it behaves like this. Has somebody an idea?
Kind regards

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Re: Plugin Bufferedrenderer: Scrolling Problem with buffered

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Please provide a test case.
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Re: Plugin Bufferedrenderer: Scrolling Problem with buffered

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Hi,
I tried to create the same minimized application for you and I downloaded the new Ext Scheduler version 2.2.15 and there doesn’t occur the problem.
So for me it’s solved.
FYI: I tried first with the version 2.2.5 and it seems there is occurs the problem, but I am not sure why. Maybe I did something wrong.

thanks anyway

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Glad to hear it's resolved :)
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